Shahid Afridi and Alex Hales make T10 League team of the tournament
Four West Indian players included in Paul Radley's composite XI at the conclusion of Season 2 of the Sharjah competition
1 Andre Fletcher (Pakhtoon) Consecutive scores of 68 not out, and three successive man of the match awards set the tone for a fine tournament for the Grenadian opener. Chris Whiteoak / The National
2 Alex Hales (Maratha Arabians) Set the record for the highest score in the format when he made 87 not out against Bengal Tigers, and he was the fourth highest run-getter overall. Satish Kumar for The National
3 Nicholas Pooran (Northern Warriors) The outstanding batsmen, with string of match-winning knocks – none more scintillating than the 25-ball 77 against Punjabi Legends. Chris Whiteoak / The National
4 Rovman Powell (Northern Warriors) Few players hit the ball harder anywhere in the world game than the broad-shouldered Jamaican, who made 61 not out in the final. Chris Whiteoak / The National
5 Mohammed Usman (Bengal Tigers) UAE players struggled to get noticed in this tournament, but Usman shone in the two matches he played – with the second highest strike-rate in the tournament.
6 Shahid Afridi (Pakhtoons) Still the greatest crowd-puller for matches in Sharjah, 22 years after he first started coming here with Pakistan. A match winner with bat and ball. Chris Whiteoak / The National
7 Dwayne Bravo (Maratha Arabians), right. The Maratha captain was his usual reliable self with the ball. His 10-wicket haul was the second best in the tournament, and his economy rate of 9.75 was by no means poor. Getty Images
8 Chris Green (Northern Warriors) Bowling off-spin must be a difficult job in the T10 slogathon, but the Australian thrived. Not least in the final, when he took two for 11, including the decisive wicket of Fletcher. Chris Whiteoak / The National
9 Hardus Viljoen (Northern Warriors) Eventually named player of the tournament, the South African quick bowler had the remarkable record of 18 wickets in the 18 overs he bowled. Chris Whiteoak / The National
10 Zahir Khan (Punjabi Legends) The left-arm wrist-spinner from Afghanistan was named the tournament’s leading emerging player. He managed eight wickets and one of the more miserly economy rates.
11 Pravin Tambe (Sindhis) The 47-year-old Indian only played four games, but his legend was sealed in the first one, where he took a hat-trick, and five for 15 in all. Not bad, given his first two balls amounted to five wides. Chris Whiteoak / The National